Arts & Entertainment

 As part of our continuing effort to bring you the Art of Intelligence here's the latest piece from former Army Counter-intelligence author John Davis.

The following was originally posted on MysteriousWritings.com on April 19th, 2017.

Perhaps the most mysterious beginning of any movie is the scene at Fort Zinderneuf, in the 1939 film, Beau Geste. Fort Zinderneuf is a French Foreign Legion outpost, standing mute, somewhere in the Sahara. It is approached by a relief column of soldiers, sent to rescue the beleaguered occupants.


  Come out and help Bobby celebrate his release of his new single "NOT READY"

and it's video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zltELYbEm_M Friday April 14th  


For those of you who mistakenly thought that SoHo was all about real estate, hold on, there's hope.


The current antipathy between the White House and the Intelligence community will play out in time and, hopefully, will again become a working relationship that serves America well. With the new geopolitical dangers we are reminded again that we live in a dangerous world -- and the professionals who place their lives on the line to keep us safe are as quietly heroic as they are unknown to us.


Like most people I know, I’ve always had some lofty, highly unlikely, fantasy goals for myself. For some people it’s becoming an astronaut, for others it’s opening a bar on a tropical beach somewhere, and for me it’s having enough smolder and confidence to be a burlesque dancer. Although Marcy Richardson is much more than that, she embodies that fearlessness that comes with the ability to enchant a room by singing, flying on a lyra, or contorting herself around a pole.


FRIDAY
December 23  7pm


 

Pieces by Jill Stasium: Oil on paper, matted 16x20, for $100. 

Find more information at JillStasium.com or by emailing her at JillStasium@gmail.com.

 

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See Bobby This Friday Night in Emerson, NJ!

November 4th, 9:30pm

RANCHERO CANTINA

214 Kinderkamack Rd.

Emerson, NJ, 07630

212-523-9250 


Company XIV continues to miraculously meet their own highest of the high standards.

XIV’s Paris is a whirlwind of incredible talent and the most seductive environment you’ll find in New York City. Newly housed in the Irondale Theater, what was before compact and intimate now has the added feel of a small scale sprawling Greek theater. However, the intimacy is preserved by the cast helping patrons to find their seats and walking among the velvet couches that seat the audience throughout the show.


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